1.5 Hour Short COurse

Living & Loving with Death As Our Ally

With Robert King & Niyati Evers

Recorded Course

Included in Membership

What does it mean to
live and love
with death as our ally?



What's Included in the Course?

In this recorded workshop, we’ll explore ‘Death as an Ally’ as a window into new possibilities and what this means for how you live and how you love.

Course Summary 

Living & Loving With Death as Our Ally

Wherever we turn these days, there is some form of profound heartbreak and loss. Death is happening on multiple levels, and in multiple ways – it is the river we swim in. Since death is all around us; how can we engage with that process of ‘death and dying’ in a way that deepens our lives and our relationships and our sense of meaning? There’s something about being closer to death that can awaken us, break us open. Death can be our ally in that it has the potential to connect us with the essence of things, with what’s most important and most meaningful. 

What does it mean to live and love with death as our ally? 

What does ‘facing our mortality’ mean for how we create intimacy and how we resolve issues? For how we relate emotionally, sexually and spiritually? What does it mean for how we engage with our dreams and desires and our sense of purpose? How does it influence our personal path and our creative expression?

Living in Shelter – alone or together – can bring us to our core edges. 

Engaging with our process using Death as our Ally can be like entering a portal. Often, new possibilities open up, such as connecting to our creativity and to our shamanic and spiritual paths; going deeper and becoming more real in our relationships; bringing out our love and our desire, our vulnerability and our power; developing greater intimacy, aliveness and better ways of doing conflict.

While many spiritual traditions talk about death as an awakening force, the literal term of ‘Death as an Ally’ came to us through Arny Mindell, who quoted Don Juan. Because this class is inspired by an indigenous concept and because Native Americans are amongst the hardest hit by Covid-19 as well as being one of the most invisible and forgotten groups, we wanted to give back to a Native organization that supports Native people in this time, as a way of saying Thank You. And, we see you. We have not forgotten you and we’re with you.

Hear Niyati speak about what she learned from her ancestors about

death as an ally and it’s relevance for our times

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Niyati Evers


Niyati Evers, MAPW, is an international facilitator who has worked in South Africa, Israel, the Netherlands and the U.S. Niyati is originally from Amsterdam. She is a trained Tantric practitioner and has facilitated Tantric Workshops throughout the Netherlands. Niyati and Robert have an international therapy practice and they facilitate workshops in the realms of communication, sexuality and intimacy.

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Robert King


Robert King MSW, Diplomate in Process-Oriented Psychology, has been a practicing therapist for 40 years. He’s been a faculty member of the Process Work Institute in Portland since 1992. He has taught both in the U.S. and internationally on a variety of topics, such as relationships, sexuality, dreams, bodywork, addictions and conflict resolution. 

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Please note that while the course will help you develop skills and learn about your style in relationships, it is not a replacement for therapy. If you are dealing with, or recovering from, sexual trauma, please contact us to see if the course is a good fit for you. We want all participants to feel safe and supported, but some people may find individual therapy a better fit.


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